Pastor Milton Pace, a native of Fort Worth, is the Founder and Pastor of Saintsville Cathedral of Fort Worth (parent Saintsville Baptist Church 1982). Pastor Pace is one of the most successful, multi-talented gospel recording artist, musician, song-writer, teacher, motivator, and mentor in the Fort Worth/Dallas area.

Through the leadership of Pastor Pace, Saintsville Cathedral enjoys a 5 million dollar campus that houses a Children’s Academy and College Preparatory School, a Food Program for youth and elderly that feeds approximately 10,000 meals per month and has recently launched it’s commission for a New Credit Union.

Pastor Pace has received numerous awards past and present.  He received the 2007 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award for his outstanding service in the community.  He has served on numerous community boards, committees, and councils throughout our city.  Pastor Pace is a former member of the United Way Impact Council, JPS Hospital Advisory Board, BELA (Black Ecumenical Leadership Alliance), Family Life International Board, and  presently a Connecting Link of the Fort Worth Chapter Links, Inc.  He was inducted into the “Wall of Fame” at the historic I.M. Terrell High School of Fort Worth in 2012.  In 2022 Pastor Pace along with wife Shirley received the Tarrant County Black Historical & Genealogical Society Outstanding Lifetime Achievement Award. These are just a few organizations in which he has served, while Ministering as full time pastor of Saintsville for 41 years.

Pastor Pace is an advocate of the family. He and his loving wife of 52 years, Co-pastor & First Lady Shirley Pace have three children, Tiffany Pace, Melodie Pace and Milton Taylor Pace. They also have 10 grandchildren.

Pastor Pace attributes his success to Faith in God and the life long experiences it brings.